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Getting Away With It (All Messed Up)
Written by David Baynton-Power, Tim Booth, Saul Davies, Jim Glennie (as James Glennie) and Mark Hunter
Performed by James
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I really enjoyed this film. I have to agree with everyone else, I almost expected to see some credit to the Cohens in here...
It was one of those hardly-any-there-didn't-here-about-it films, so I grabbed it and watched it with my husband.
As always, Holly Hunter did not disappoint and steals the show. Robin Williams is often expected to play a highly humorous role but sat perfectly in the middle of his dramatic and humouristic talent. Don't expect to be howling at fart jokes in this one...
With about the right blend of sensitivity, humour and "action", I would definitely recommend this flick.
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